What is this, this you ask? This is your new best friend. A buttery English muffin toasted to perfection; succulent sauteed kale, and a superbly cooked over-easy egg. Not only is your egg over-easy, but so is this recipe! We first found this recipe in March and made it for my mum's birthday, but my dad loved it so much that he made us make it for him again in September for his birthday. We created a giant breakfast buffet for him, including this dish, but more on those others later. If you want more birthday breakfast recipes, be sure to subscribe so you can be the first to know when they come out. But for now, 2ere is the recipe for Open-faced Kale and Egg sandwich.
Start off with 2 cups of kale and separate the leaf from the stem. Tear apart or chop the kale as small as you can get it. Heat the oil in a skillet, and, after making sure the kale doesn’t have too much water on it, place the kale in the skillet. Let it cook for about 5 minutes, and then sprinkle in your seasonings and stir it in. Then turn off the heat, and stir in the feta cheese.
While your kale is cooking, butter and toast your English muffins to a nice light brown. In a skillet, cook your over-easy or fried egg to your liking.
From then on out, just top an English muffin with a heap of kale, and place your egg over the top.
Sprinkle a little pepper, and voila! Your new breakfast, lunch, or dinner go-to. 1. Separate the kale leaf from the stem
Handy Dandy Summary
1. Chop or tear apart the kale
2. Heat oil in a skillet
3. Place the kale into the skillet
4. Cook the kale for 5 minutes
5. While the kale is cooking, butter, and toast the English muffins
6. Season the kale.
7. Turn off the heat and stir feta cheese into the kale
8. Cook over-easy egg
9. Place the kale onto the bread and top with the egg
10. Sprinkle with pepper and enjoy!
Try this recipe and tell us what you think! We would love to hear how this recipe went for you! For those who are like my dad and don't like garlic, or my sisters, who don't like spiciness, you definitely might want to cut down on the garlic powder and/or the red pepper flakes. But for me, I thought that the seasonings were perfectly balanced and delicious. But of course, find what works for you! Thank you “Well Plated by Erin” for this dope recipe!
The Kamau Sisters
Hi! We're Nia, Jada, and Bailey Kamau. We laugh, sing, read, and have Narnia marathons probably more than we should. Thanks so much for checking out our blog!
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